Today, PM Modi's visit to China is the last day and the meeting with Shi Jinping will be the last and most important event of his visit.
Shi'amen: For the first time in nearly two and a half months, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are the first to hold a bilateral meeting for the first time since the Docmal controversy. Today, PM Modi's visit to China is the last day and the meeting with Shi Jinping will be the last and most important event of his visit. According to Indian time, this meeting can take place at 10 o'clock in the morning. This will be the first bilateral meeting between the two leaders after the dawnal controversy lasted for 73 days between India and China. However, during the BRICS conference yesterday, Prime Minister Modi and President Xi Jinping have joined hands with great warmth.
Today is the last day of the three-day BRICS summit in Xi'an, China. The conference will now be a discussion on the emerging markets of BRICS countries. The two leaders are joining together at the BRICS Summit. But due to the mutual relations between the two countries, their present bilateral meeting is being considered as very important. There has been no disclosures from both the countries on which issues the two leaders will talk about during this meeting. But the most interested is about the fact that during the meeting of Modi-Jinping, there will be anything on the Docmall controversy?
The conflict between China and India's forces in Dokalam was started on June 16. When the Indian army stopped China from making roads in Dokalmal. After the deadlock lasted for nearly 73 days, on 28 August, India and China have announced resolving the deadlock and removal of their own forces from Dokalam.
In this way, some experts believe that during the meeting between Modi and Jinping, the two countries would not like to recreate the issue of Docmall controversy. It is believed that between the two countries, this sentiment is now that after the deadlock is resolved, 'now should move forward'. PM Modi will leave for Myanmar after talks with Jinping.